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2–6 PLAYERS GAME GAME GUIDE GUIDE
2–6
PLAYERS
GAME
GAME
GUIDE
GUIDE
HOW HOW TO TO PLAY PLAY The Classic Mystery Game GREEN MUSTARD PEACOCK
HOW
HOW
TO
TO
PLAY PLAY
The Classic Mystery Game
GREEN
MUSTARD
PEACOCK
S T N E T • Mansion Gameboard • 1 Yellow Murder Envelope • 1
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• Mansion Gameboard
• 1 Yellow Murder Envelope
• 1 Detective Notepad
• 6 Character tokens
• 21 Black
Clue cards
• • 13
Red Bonus
cards
6 Weapon
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tokens
• 2 Dice
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BEFORE YOU START, read the case file out loud to all players.
BEFORE YOU START, read the case file out loud to all players.

The Case File

This evening Samuel Black was found murdered in his mansion! Detectives found six suspects and six weapons in the mansion’s nine rooms, but couldn’t solve the case. So, now it’s up to you to solve the murder! To win the game you must find out three things about the murder:

1. Who did it?

2. With what weapon?

3. And where?

Who? Meet the Suspects.

One of these six suspects is the murderer. You must find out who.

Plum White Scarlet Green Mustard Peacock
Plum
White
Scarlet
Green
Mustard
Peacock

WhaT? Check out the Weapons.

One of these is the murder weapon. You must find out which.

Rope Dagger Wrench Pistol Candlestick Lead Pipe
Rope
Dagger
Wrench
Pistol
Candlestick
Lead Pipe

Where? Take a peek at the Rooms.

One of these rooms is the scene of the crime. You must find out which.

Courtyard Game Room Study Dining Room Garage Living Room Kitchen Bedroom Bathroom
Courtyard Game Room
Study
Dining Room Garage
Living Room Kitchen
Bedroom Bathroom
NOW YOU’VE READ THE CASE FILE, choose one player to set up the game by
NOW YOU’VE READ THE CASE FILE, choose one player to set up the game
by following the steps on the opposite page.
seTUP Each player gets a number of cards. Keep your cards secret! They are not
seTUP
Each player gets a number of cards.
Keep your cards secret! They are not
involved in the murder.
1 • Place all six weapon tokens
and all six character tokens in
the center of the board (even if there
are less than six players).
• Each choose a character from
the suspect list to play as.
You will use your character’s
matching color token to
move around the mansion.
These three cards are involved in the
murder. To win, you must find out
what they are!
4
• Give each player a CLUE Sheet and
2
• Sort all the Black CLUE cards into
pen (not included). Shh! Always keep
your CLUE Sheet secret!
Weapon, Suspect and Room decks.
• Shuffle each deck separately and place
them facedown on the table.
• Without looking, take the top card from
each deck and put them into the Yellow
Murder Envelope. These are the suspect,
weapon and room involved in the murder!
• Without letting anyone see, each player
must secretly cross off the Black CLUE cards
they have been dealt and any leftover cards
that are faceup on the table. Your cards are
not in the Envelope so are not involved in
the murder!
• Place the Murder Envelope at the side of
the board.
• Throughout the game you will get to see
other players’ cards one at a time. Every time
you see one, cross it off your CLUE sheet. It’s
not in the Envelope so it’s not involved in
the murder.
3
• Shuffle the rest of the Black CLUE
cards together.
5
• Shuffle the
Deal them all out facedown to each player
so you all have an equal number of cards.
Shh! Everyone must keep their
cards secret!
Red Bonus cards
and place them at the
side of the board for bonus
moves while you play.
If the cards don’t divide exactly between
players, place the two or three leftover cards
faceup at the side of the board.
• Or, if you want to play
original CLUE, return them
to the box.
NOW YOU’RE ALMOST READY TO START, just go to the next page to
find out how to play.
DON’T WORRY! CLUE is really easy to play! But, if you haven’t played for a
DON’T WORRY! CLUE is really easy to play! But, if you haven’t played for
a while, read the Game Basics below out loud to all players.
The Game BasiCs
hoW To WiN
Solve the murder! To win you must be the first player to find out which suspect, weapon
and room cards are in the Murder Envelope.
hoW To PlaY
1. Decide who goes first
• Everyone rolls the dice. Highest roller goes first, play then continues left.
2. On your turn, roll, move and enter a room
• Roll the dice and move your character token that number of spaces around the board.
(Or, if your token was moved by another player since your last turn, you can choose to stay
where you are and ask a question without moving.)
• You can move vertically and horizontally, forward and back through the Corridor, but
not diagonally.
• Always try to enter a room (at the start, any
room will do). You don’t need an exact roll
to enter a room; if your roll would’ve taken
you beyond the room, just finish your
move early and stop in the room.
You are Mustard. You roll ten and move
from the Game Room to the Bedroom as shown.
Roll too low to enter a room? Go for a Red Bonus card!
• If your roll is too low, you must stay in the Corridor this turn.
Or aim to land on a Red Bonus space instead!
• You don’t need an exact roll to stop on the Bonus space.
When you land there, pick up the top Red Bonus card and follow
the instructions.
• Once you’ve used the card, place it on the discard pile. If you’re not
using the Red Bonus cards (or don’t want one), just move your token
towards the next room you want to enter.
3. Then ask a CLUE question and get an answer • If you entered a
3. Then ask a CLUE question and get an answer
• If you entered a room, you must stop and ask a
CLUE question about one suspect, one weapon and
the room you’ve just entered.
• For example, if you’d just entered the Garage, you
could ask: “Was it Scarlet, with the Rope in the
Garage?”
Hint! Try to ask about suspects, weapons and
rooms you haven’t crossed off your CLUE Sheet.
• Bring the suspect’s character token and weapon
token you’re asking about into the room with you.
• The player on your left must be the first to try to answer your question. If they have any of
the cards you asked about they must show one of them to you secretly. They should never
show you more than one card!
• If they don’t have any of the cards you asked about, they just
say “I cannot answer” and the question passes left to the next
player and so on until you have been shown one card.
You are Peacock. You bring Scarlet and the Rope
into the Garage with you and ask your question:
“Was it Scarlet with the Rope in the Garage?”

What if no-one can show me a card?

First put on a poker face! As long as you weren’t bluffing by asking about one of your own cards, you’ve figured out which cards are in the Envelope.

4. Finally, end your turn by marking off your CLUE sheet • Cross off the
4. Finally, end your turn by marking off your CLUE sheet
• Cross off the card you have been shown on your CLUE Sheet.
It’s not in the Envelope, so it’s not involved in the murder!
• Leave the character and weapon token you moved
where they are. If the character token you moved belongs
to another player, they can ask a question on their next turn
without moving.
Another player
shows you a card.
It is Scarlet. You
cross Scarlet off
your CLUE sheet.
• Now your turn is over. No matter who answered your
question, the player on your left goes next.
Once you’ve crossed off everybody’s cards on your CLUE Sheet, YOU’RE READY TO SOLVE THE
Once you’ve crossed off everybody’s cards on your CLUE Sheet, YOU’RE
READY TO SOLVE THE MURDER! Turn over to find out how to win.
hoW To WiN Make an accusation Once you’ve asked enough questions to eliminate all but
hoW To WiN
Make an accusation
Once you’ve asked enough questions to eliminate all but three of the cards on your CLUE
Sheet (one suspect, one weapon and one room), you’re ready to solve the murder!
I accuse green,
with the lead pipe
in the dining room!
You must get to the space in the center of the board before
you can make an accusation. Once you get there, read
your accusation out loud: “I accuse Green, with the
Lead Pipe in the Dining Room!” Then, without letting
anyone else see, check the cards in the Envelope.
Were you right?
Yes, I got all three
cards rIght!
You win! Congratulations, you’ve solved
the murder! Reveal the cards in the
Envelope to everyone.
No, I got somethINg
wroNg!
Oops! You’ve made a mistake and are out
of the game. Secretly return the cards to the
Envelope – don’t tell the other players which
ones you got wrong!
• Keep your cards hidden and keep
answering other players’ questions.
• Do not ask any further questions or make
any further accusations.
What if everybody guesses incorrectly?
• If everyone makes an incorrect accusation, the murder remains unsolved. Take the cards out of
the Envelope and take a look at which suspect got away with it!
sNeakY moves To make Moving through Joining Doors and Secret Passages. • If you’re in
sNeakY moves To make
Moving through Joining Doors and Secret Passages.
• If you’re in a room that has a Joining Door or Secret Passage to another room, you can move
into the other room at the start of your turn without rolling the dice.
• You cannot pass through one room and into another or into the Corridor on a single turn;
you must stop and ask a question whenever you enter a room.
You move from the
Dining Room into the
Kitchen and stop. On
your next turn you can
move through the Secret
Passage to the Garage.
Secret Passage
sNeakY qUesTioNs To ask
Asking about your own cards
If
you want to baffle opponents, bluff
by asking about some of your own cards.
Was
in the the it Bedroom Peacock
with
Dagger?
2-PlaYer or Team rUles You will still have to read the full instructions to play
2-PlaYer or Team rUles
You will still have to read the full instructions to play CLUE this way!
For 2-players or teams, add the following rules to your game. If you’re playing in teams,
keep younger players involved by grouping them with older players.
1. The first major difference between
2-player/Team CLUE and classic CLUE is
the setup. (See page 2 for classic setup).
2. The second major difference in 2-player/
Team CLUE is what you do when nobody
answers your question. (See page 4 for
classic rules on asking).
 Follow steps 1 and 2 of setup as usual.
 In step 3, shuffle the rest of the Black
CLUE cards together as usual. But then,
before you deal them to the players/
teams, take the top four black CLUE
cards from the deck and place them
facedown in a row at the side of the
board.
 Ask questions as normal. The other
player/team must always try to answer.
 But, if player/team cannot answer, you
must secretly look at one of the four
cards at the side of the board. Once
you’ve crossed it off your CLUE Sheet,
return the card to exactly the same spot
at the side of the board.
 Follow step 4 of setup as usual.
 But ignore step 5: you can never use
the Red Bonus cards in a 2-player or
Team game.
 Every time the other team/player cannot
answer one of your questions, secretly
look at a different one of the four cards
at the side of the board. (You’ll have to
remember the places of the ones
you’ve already seen!)
Everything else is exactly the same as classic CLUE!
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